Concussion Fix Kickstarter

Knowledge is POWER!

The Concussion Fix program is designed to empower patients with persistent post-concussion symptoms information that you can utilize to take control of your recovery!

Concussion is recoverable. But it is also confusing. Many patients experience conflicting and confusing advice and an endless cycle of referrals to neurologist after neurologist.

You need to have the right knowledge in order to understand the root cause of your symptoms, and how to successfully get rid of them.

In the Concussion Fix program you’ll learn from, and have access to experts in concussion, concussion rehab, sleep, nutrition, and mental health. You’ll also be added to our peer-support group forum where you can interact with other people going through exactly what you’re going through.

The interesting thing is that The Concussion Fix program WORKS! And works very well! Members reduce their symptoms by an average of 50% within the first 3 weeks of joining!

The current program is called the Concussion Fix Kickstarter and it is designed to allow you an opportunity to look under the hood of the Concussion Fix program to see what it’s all about and see if it might be something you want to add to your recovery toolkit.

In the Kickstarter program you will have a sneak peak into the full Concussion Fix program for the next 7 days. We hope that you join us for the full program and see for yourself how it can help you; just like we have helped hundreds of other PCS patients!

If you’re already enrolled, Click on the Welcome module to get started!

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Course Includes

  • 12 Modules
  • 28 Lessons
  • 3 Quizzes


    1. Hi Janine, the pituitary produces hormones can be impacted after a TBI. In some cases they can recover and it usually has to do with how severe the head injury is. They should be replaced (like GH) and that can be a solution to resolve symptoms which is key to recovery. So, yes you can heal after a brain injury once you replace to hormones that have been affected.

    1. Yes! Sleep is an important piece of the recovery picture – especially deep sleep as this is when your brain clears a ton of inflammation. Uncontrolled sleep apnea (which is common in PCS) prevents you from reaching deep sleep – and therefore clearing inflammation. If you don’t hit deep sleep, you are also tired, fatigued, foggy, cognitively slowed etc. So if you are having these symptoms, many attribute them to “concussion” or ongoing “brain injury” when in fact, they are signs of neuroinflammation. This is why this program focuses on treating the underlying causes of issues. Sleep is a big one!

  1. Thank you so much for the education. I am seriously considering taking the full course and hope you would be able to answer my question.

    After getting a ball to the left side of my head 6 months ago, and getting a heavy setback over a month ago I am currently unable to do almost anything except of walking around the house and watching birds. Due to your videos I realised that I most probably have PCS which gave me piece mind (despite the doctor who at first sight wanted to diagnose it as a burnout). I am able to go to a neurologist at the middle of January.

    One of the strongest symptoms which is getting more during concentrating is pressure in my ears and a heavy click/pressure feeling just as you experience in an airplane. Most of the times this goes hand in hand with headache but is always starting in/around my ears. What could this be? And can this indeed be related to PCS, if so does it get addressed in the full concussion fix program?

    Have a great Christmas you all!
    With kind regards, Roos

    1. Hi Roos,

      Glad you tried out the Kickstarter. The funny thing is that burnout and PCS go hand in hand. The same autonomic pressures on the nervous system cause it to eventually crash. So even if it WAS burnout, this program would address it too :). The symptoms you are describing could be due to autonomic dysregulation as mentioned above…could be due to neuroinflammation…could be due to neck and/or TMJ issues – OR it could be a combination of all of the above! The C-Fix program is specifically designed to help you figure out which one(s) are driving the issue and teach you how to get rid of it 🙂


  2. I am curious to know if concussion symptoms can “relapse” or “reoccur”? I have had a few concussions in my life, and recovered fully. Back to work full time and healthy and active. But when under stress (Eg grief, traumatic life event, major travel) I get symptoms again. Is this actually concussion or is it likely that there is something else going on in my body that should be investigated? While the symptoms are similar to concussion, they are also similar to other diseases! (And really the way forward in health is always about addressing all the areas holistically whether concussion or other disease, so maybe it doesn’t matter but I am curious to have your opinion.)

    1. Hi Linda, yes this can happen but this NOT a concussion. There are number of factors that can trigger this but mainly it’s neural pain patterns, anxiety/stress, hormones and inflammation that can trigger these symptoms. Overtime this should become less pronounced as you FULLY heal. Many people recovery from the ‘symptoms” of their concussion but not fully from the physiological and psychological impact of the concussion. The CFix program can help you get after those deeper patterns.